Violent events and social network structures play key roles in the transmission of both sectarian and countersectarian rhetoric on Twitter.
The use of technology in the field of peacebuilding is on the rise, as novel approaches to fostering and promoting peace are needed to tackle persistent conflict.
Sino-Russian digital cooperation is robust and mature. This relationship is much broader than a simple alliance of conspiracy-minded governments seeking to protect their citizens from hostile forces.
Israel’s economy is very successful, but there are some key problems which act as impediments to the country’s future economic and social development.
Beginning in 2011, as the emerging market for digital surveillance technology began to attract more attention, it became clear that the relevant export controls, a potential regulatory tool, had become outdated and did not cover these technologies
After the deadly attacks in Paris on November 13, the United States and Europe meet to discuss a more unified response to the threat of the Islamic State.
The Internet in Russia is either the most efficient totalitarian tool or the device by which totalitarianism will be overthrown. Perhaps both.
The statements released by China and the United States following President Xi’s visit give insight into the priorities of the both countries, and also the thorny issues in their relationship.
The transition of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority from the U.S. government to a multi-stakeholder community has thrust internet governance into the global spotlight.
The most worrying form of government spying isn’t the kind Edward Snowden exposed.